X-MAN II toolset is developed by the Component-based Software Development group at the University of Manchester.
X-MAN II toolset consists of the X-MAN IDE and its extension FX-MAN. The X-MAN IDE provides a set of functionalities for component-based software development. It supports the W process which captures both component and system life cycles. The extension FX-MAN provides the capability of modelling variability in order to support constructing product families.
X-MAN II toolset is developed using Eclipse model-driven engineering. Essentially, it is EMF framework instantiated with meta-models of X-MAN component model and its extensions. Included plugins provide complete semantics of the X-MAN component model and component-based software development paradigm.
This new tool will replace the old X-MAN tool (based on GME) here.